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The Daily Plan-It: Baseball the Band, 'New Terrain,' and the Mutations

Good morning! It's Thursday! And there's plenty going on today. Take a look.

At noon, the Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church will have a gentle yoga and meditation class. Donations will be accepted. For more info, call (865) 577-2021 or email yogaway249@gmail.com.

At 5:30 p.m., the East Tennessee PBS Community Cinema will present the documentary The New Black, which follows the African American community as it grapples with gay rights in the wake of the marriage equality movement. It follows the campaign in Maryland, where African Americans make up a third of the electorate. The movie's screening at Scruffy City Hall, and it's free to attend! 21+ only.

Catch Baseball the Band perform a free show on Market Square tonight at 7, as part of the city's free Thursday concert series. 

Circle Modern Dance will perform "New Terrain," a choreographed re-telling of several stories of refugees who live here in Knoxville, tonight at 7:30 at the Standard on West Jackson. Tickets are $12-$15. Buy them here or at the door.

Wrap up the night at the Pilot Light, where the Mutations will perform at 10 p.m., along with Vacation Club and Ex Gold. Cover's $5. 18+ only.

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